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August 12, 1961

TELEGRAM FROM CHINESE FOREIGN MINISTRY TO EMBASSY IN INDIA, 'PLEASE INVESTIGATE AND REPORT ON GOAN PEOPLE'S PARTY GENERAL SECRETARY'S SITUATION AND MAKE RECOMMENDATION RE: VISIT TO CHINA'

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    The Goan People's Party general secretary Kakodkar wishes to visit China and explain the Goan People's Party's struggle to oppose Portugal and win independence.
    "Telegram from Chinese Foreign Ministry to Embassy in India, 'Please Investigate and Report on Goan People's Party General Secretary's Situation and Make Recommendation Re: Visit to China'," August 12, 1961, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, PRC FMA 105-01057-01, 47. Translated by Anna Beth Keim. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/123626
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Telegram From the Foreign Ministry
Sent to: India
Status: Regular

Please Investigate and Report on Goan People's Party General Secretary's Situation and Make Recommendation Re: Visit to China

Chinese Embassy in India:

The spokesman for the Nationalist Organizations of the Portuguese Colonies' permanent secretariat in Morocco, Aquino de Braganca (a member of the Goan People's Party) visited Charge d'Affaires Gong to discuss [the following]: Goan People's Party general secretary Kakodkar wishes for an invitation to visit China, to study China's experience and introduce the Goan situation. It was inconvenient for him to raise the issue with your embassy due to the supervision of Indian government spies, so he did so with the Chinese embassy in Morocco.

Please investigate and report on the situation of Aquino de Braganca and the People's Party general secretary, and on your embassy's recommendation regarding the latter's visiting China.

Foreign Ministry

12 August 1961